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Compare Irving Electric Prices

Written by Erin Gobler /

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 06/08/2022

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Irving electricity rates

Thanks to the deregulated energy market in Texas, Irving residents can choose their energy providers. The SaveOnEnergy marketplace makes it easy to compare and shop for available plans near in your area — all at no cost to you. Start by entering your ZIP code above to discover available providers and plans.

How to find the best electricity rates in Irving with SaveOnEnergy.com

Electricity rates in Irving fluctuate throughout the year, so it’s important to lock in your low rate when you have the chance. The SaveOnEnergy marketplace can help you find the cheapest rates and sign up for your plan in just a few minutes. Here’s how it works:

  1. Enter your ZIP code. You’ll see a list of electricity rates and plans in your area and can choose the best choice for you.
  2. Sign up for your plan. Once you’ve chosen your plan, you can sign up in just minutes online or call the number on your screen to speak with an energy expert.
  3. Enjoy your savings. Your new energy provider will get you all set up, including coordinating with your utility. You can relax and enjoy your new plan.

Cheap energy prices in Irving

Providers continually offer new rates. They adjust prices to match current energy costs, resulting in Irving electricity rates that tend to change frequently. You can lock in a cheap rate by signing up for a new plan when energy demands are lower and therefore rates are lower. You can learn more about cheap energy prices during the year in the chart below.

Energy providers and utility companies in Irving

Since deregulation took place in 2002, the roles of utilities and providers are different than they used to be. Before deregulation, the utility handled transmission, distribution and sales. Now, the utility service handles transmission, distribution, and the electrical infrastructure. The provider handles sales, payment, and account management. 

Power outages in Irving

Utility companies are tasked with maintaining the local electric infrastructure, including responding to power outages and downed power lines. If you experience any interruptions to your power, contact Oncor Electric Delivery:

  • Report an outage online or by calling 1-888-313-4747
  • Reach Oncor customer service by calling 1-888-313-6862 or emailing contactcenter@oncor.com

Electricity rates in my Area

Electricity rates vary based on service address because of the different utility transmission rates. As a result, the rate you pay in Irving could be different from what someone pays in another part of Texas, even for the same plan. As a result, it’s important to shop for electricity rates near you.

The SaveOnEnergy marketplace can help you find and lock in the best current energy rates. Enter your ZIP code above to see accurate rates available near you.

Moving or need to switch providers?

If you’re moving to a new home in Irving you can change your energy plan to fit your new energy needs. You can also switch providers without incurring an early cancellation fee. When you switch providers, the new company will handle the transition so there is no interruption in service. The energy experts at SaveOnEnergy are ready to help with any provider changes you need to make. Call the number on your screen to get started.  

How weather affects Irving electricity rates

Like most of Texas, Irving can experience some extreme temperatures. It’s not unusual for temps to be in the 90s during the summer and as low as the 30s during the winter. And because of these extreme temperatures, electricity rates tend to be higher during these times as energy demand increases.

One of the best ways to save money on electricity is to shop when rates are low. Because of the more moderate temperatures during the spring and fall, electricity rates tend to be lower. You can save money by locking in a fixed-rate plan during that time.

SaveOnEnergy’s tips for easy electricity service setup

  • Don’t forget to read your plan’s Electricity Facts Label before signing up. It contains important information including:
    • Price per kilowatt-hour based on usage
    • % renewable energy sourcing
    • Early termination fees
  • Enjoy hassle-free supplier setup. Once your order has been confirmed, your new supplier will set up service with your utility, or transmission and distribution service provider (TDSP) – but don’t worry, there shouldn’t be any interruption to your power during the switch.
  • Understanding your electricity bill. Your local TDSP will still deliver your electricity and maintain electric infrastructure including meters and power lines. Your utility fees can be found as TDU or TDSP charges on your monthly bill. They are independent of your supplier rate.

Types of plans in Irving

When you sign up for your Irving electricity plan, you’ll have plenty of types of plans to choose from. Our guide to picking an energy plan can help you choose the right plan for your needs. If you need help deciding, call the number on your screen to speak with one of our energy experts for more information.

Fixed-rate plans in Irving

When you sign up for a fixed-rate energy plan, you’re locked into a contract for a period of 12 to 36 months. During that time, your energy rate won’t fluctuate. You aren’t vulnerable to price hikes, and it’s easy to budget for electricity. However, if you end your plan early, you’ll pay an early termination fee.

Variable-rate plans in Irving

A variable-rate energy plan is a month-to-month plan that doesn’t require a contract. Instead of having a locked-in rate, your rate each month is based on the current energy market. During some months, rates will go down and you’ll save money. But in other months, energy rates will spike, and so will your electricity bill. If you’re looking for an affordable plan to start service, consider a no-deposit plan

Green electricity in Irving

Texas is a leader in green energy production. The state ranks first in the U.S. in wind energy generation and places in the top five for solar generation. Most providers offer some type of renewable energy with a minimum amount in every plan. To learn more, read the details in the Electricity Facts Label for each plan. The following providers offer only green plans: Gexa Energy, Chariot Energy, and Green Mountain Energy.

Business energy plans in Irving

Business energy is also deregulated in Texas so businesses have the power to choose their electricity providers. Find the best Irving electricity rates for your business by requesting a customized quote. Or call the number on your screen to set up a business energy plan.

Calculate your energy usage in Irving

Our energy calculator can help you estimate your monthly electricity usage and find the right energy plan. You enter your daily use of the most common household appliances, and then we’ll recommend energy plans based on your energy needs and type of home.

Irving energy FAQs

  • The SaveOnEnergy marketplace has several filters you can use to narrow down the results displayed after entering your service ZIP code. From there consider a fixed-rate plan one of the best energy plan options available in Irving.

  • Frontier Utilities and Express Energy have the cheapest electricity in Irving, with rates starting at just 7.5 cents per kWh.

  • To see green energy plans available in Irving, enter your ZIP code above. You’ll see all of the electricity plans in your area and can filter to see only green energy plans.

  • There are many ways to lower your electricity bill, including reducing your energy usage, switching to energy-efficient appliances, and shopping around for a cheaper plan

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